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“MRS. LINCOLN’S DRESSMAKER Amplifies Story of Remarkable Woman”

Monday, January 14, 2013 | Book News, Event News, Press
Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker

"Chiaverini has drawn a loving portrait of a complex and gifted woman," the St. Louis Post-Dispatch praises in an interview that ran in Sunday's edition. Elizabeth Keckley lived and worked as a slave in the Hugh Garland household in St. Louis from 1847-1855, and she continued to reside there from the time she bought her freedom in 1855 until she moved to Washington, D. C. in 1860.

"Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker Amplifies Story of Remarkable Woman" by Sarah Bryan Miller

Reader Comments

Tulisa Tulisa said on April 02, 2013 at 12:00pm

Looks good I want to recommend it as the next book for the book club that I am at. Hopefully one day they will make a movie out of it so I can compare the book with the movie.

Brian Brian said on April 11, 2013 at 11:06am

Sounds like a good read..

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